Secunderabad Health Care


Secunderabad health care consists of a number of hospitals, which are equipped with modern medical facilities, and support organizations like blood bank and drug stores.

The presence of some good hospitals in the city acts as a major boost for the Secunderabad health care industry. The Hyderabad - Secunderabad Twin cities have numerous hospitals and nursing homes. Even the Secunderabad part alone boasts of several well maintained hospitals. A list of some of the hospitals in Secunderabad, along with their contact numbers is given below:
  • L.V.Prasad Eye Institute
    Phone: 091-040-238262

  • Mediciti
    Phone: 091-040-237644

  • St. Theresa's Hospital
    Phone: 091-040-3701013

  • Chandana Hospitals
    Phone: 091-040-7750415

  • New Citi Hospital
    Phone: 091-040-7805960

  • Railway Hospital
    Phone: 091-040-831134

Apart from the hospitals, blood banks and 24 hour chemists shops in Secunderabad provide relief to the people of the city during medical emergencies. Some of these organizations are listed below:
  • AB Blood Bank - Phone: 27807550
  • Meera Medical Hall
  • Newciti Hospital Pharmacy





     


     

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